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Marie-Pascale Gautheron

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The term ‘go big or go home’ springs to mind when I view the work of  Marie-Pascale Gautheron. Or better yet ‘ go mental or go home’ because these skull creations are just that. Mental. As you can tell, this young French artist has a massive love for skulls. Her hand drawn/painted skulls are covered with psychedelic colours amongst a constellation of patterns. The faceted skull, which I initially thought was small, is actually a large scale paper construction which has been meticulously painted. Yes the work of Marie-Pascale is particularly dazzling.

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A taste of the Amazing Sculptures of Gregor Gaida

Polish artist Gregor Gaida ( Based in Germany ). The most surprising thing about his work is that most of these almost photographic sculptures are carved from wood (and then combined with aluminium, polyester and acrylic resin) His sculptures often depict strange compositions of animals or interactions between people. Txt Via


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Paolo Troilo ~ "Finger Paintings"

Paolo Troilo is known for his incredibly expressive black and white works that have a photorealistic quality about them. Of course, that’s not the most interesting part. The highly energetic pieces were not created by charcoal or pastel, they were made by splattering and spreading paint on canvas using nothing but fingers. Yes, these are finger paintings using only his hands and jars of black and ivory acrylic paints. He consistently depicts himself as the only subject in his work.

Troilo states that this change of technique occurred in 2004 when “I did it with my hands because I… forgot to buy the brushes!


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I managed to finish it, yes! :) Will also post to DA tomorrow!

Lineart by Artratene, painting by me. Character is mine~


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Belgian based artist David Mesguich creates large sculptures made of recycled plastic and polypropylene sheetsHuge sculptures the artist placed in the public space, blurring the lines between street art and fine arts and they are never made to be sold but instead are donated to the city.


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